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post #31 of 38
OCUK sell Asrock

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showpr...=5&subcat=1906

I'm sure Scan Will too?
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Are you sure it would not be a bottleneck?

BF3 maxes all my cores at 85%.
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hmm never used OCUK or Novatech, what Novatech like for delivery and for RMA and such?
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hmm never used OCUK or Novatech, what Novatech like for delivery and for RMA and such?
Ocuk are the best I've ever used, for rma, refunds, delivery, customer serivce, if only they accepted ideal ( a type of payment in Europe ) but I'd fully recommend them!!
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post #35 of 38
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in which case,

the P8Z68-V is an epic motherboard and comes in at a cool £125. It's a great mid range board with the solid asus functionality at a reasonable price.

Comps
im looking at getting this board for my new rig
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post #36 of 38
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I found MSI P67A-GD53
after reading reviews on Bit tech its meant to be as good as the Asus MAXIMUS IV GENE-Z
umm heres the link to some reviews http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/mot...53-b3-review/1
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Ocuk are the best I've ever used, for rma, refunds, delivery, customer serivce, if only they accepted ideal ( a type of payment in Europe ) but I'd fully recommend them!!
Cool well amnot ordering for a while so ill see whos cheapest and then decide
post #38 of 38
Something like the attached basket would be quite suitable for your needs.

I chose the OEM 2500k as it says in your sigrig you are waiting on a Noctua D14 to arrive, fantastic cooler!

Both Scan and OCuk are the best online retailers I have encountered while buying parts. OCuk's customer service and rma is slightly better and faster imo.

I remember when I received a faulty mobo(ram slots faulty) a while back, OCuk got a brand new mobo to me within 2 days.

I found in some cases Scan.co.uk had cheaper parts, and they do provide a fast delivery service. Though I did experience a rude Customer service person.

Edited by jameschisholm - 10/7/11 at 5:00am
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